To submit an artist opportunity, please send an email to [email protected]n.org with name, deadline, description and contact for more information.
CALL FOR ARTISTS
Arts Mid-Hudson Community Galleries
Arts Mid-Hudson curates pop-up art exhibits in office buildings, restaurants, and other venues. This is a great opportunity for artists to display and sell their work, and we invite all artists to submit artworks. There is no entry fee, but we encourage artists to become a member of Arts Mid-Hudson. This is a rolling review process with no deadline.
You can become an Arts Mid-Hudson member here: http://artsmidhudson.org/member-benefits/
- Work must be suitable for the gallery
- All visual artistic mediums are eligible, 2-D and 3-D
- Artists are responsible for delivering/shipping work to specified locations.
- Arts Mid-Hudson will take every caution with the artwork, however, artists must provide their own insurance if desired.
- Arts Mid-Hudson commission on work sold as a result of the exhibition will be 25%.
- If hanging work, the works must have wires securely fastened on back. If work is unframed, work will be hung with binder clips
WomensWork.Art: Twilight Year: A Group Juried Exhibition
Twilight Year: A Group Juried Exhibition
Our November exhibition will feature works that will explore all of the aspects of Dark Art– macabre and dark surreal– in the works of contemporary female, non-binary and gender fluid artists. As we are approaching the final act of 2020, we are looking into the traditional and non-traditional interpretations of what Dark Art is and can be.
This Call is open to all Women Artists of all mediums and backgrounds, as well as gender fluid and non-binary artists. This exhibition will be available to view online and in person at our gallery space in Poughkeepsie, New York.
Entry Fee: $20 for up to Four (4) artworks submitted, and $10 for each additional work, with a maximum of Six (6) works submitted per artist.
Apply for this Call—https://www.entrythingy.com/d=womenswork.art#dashboard
Call for Artists: 2021 Gallery Rental- Solo and Group Exhibitions
Womenswork.Art is now accepting proposals for solo and group exhibitions during the 2021 season.
For More Info and To Apply: https://www.forms.gle/PZdJyDKMXKsMCa9H9
Exhibition Dates: November 6-29, 2020
Deadline to Apply: October 25th
Gallery 40 in Poughkeepsie Call for Artist : Memories
Gallery 40 in Poughkeepsie, NY presents the thematic exhibition: Memories. The exhibition is open to all interpretations of the concept. All media and interpretations of the theme will be reviewed and considered. This is a juried exhibition.
For centuries, mnemonics, or the art of memory, was an essential technique for conveying information. Until the invention of printing, stories were often recounted using images (think of the linear stories depicted in medieval frescoes on Italian church walls) and songs (performed by troubadours). The Renaissance artists’ use of perspective enabled them to inscribe figures more recognizably and more sharply in the memory of the viewer. Submit pieces of artwork that bring you back to a place and time. Include a short paragraph of the memory your pieces evoke.
Please submit 4 pieces of artwork to [email protected] If your art piece or pieces are selected there is a $25 fee. If your art is sold, the gallery retains a 35% commission.
To assist with shipping expenses you may submit artwork to be exhibited only on our website and in our virtual gallery.
All artwork must be wired.
For more information go to www.gallery40pk.com.
Deadline: October 26th
Exhibition: November 1st – 30th
Open to all media.
Art JuXtapose Call for Artist Virtual Exhibit: Emotions
Art JuXtapose presents the thematic exhibition: Emotion. The virtual exhibition will be held virtually from
November 1st to November 30th 2020 and advertised extensively. The virtual platform will be interactive
with a live virtual viewing making it so anyone can participate from anywhere!
This exhibition is open to all interpretations of the concept, Emotion. All media and interpretations
of the theme “Emotion” will be reviewed and considered.
Emotional responses are often regarded as the keystone to experiencing art, and the creation of an emotional
experience has been argued as the purpose of artistic expression.Texture in art expresses emotion. A watercolor
painting, for example, will usually have a very mellow, placid tone because of the way the paint absorbs into the painting. … Bright colors often express excitement, while duller or darker ones can express relaxation, depression, sleepiness, or other low-key emotions.
Submit pieces of artwork that evoke a particular emotion in you, include a short paragraph in response to:
What emotion does this piece evoke in me?
The live virtual opening show is on November 7th.
The deadline for submission is October 26th. There is a $20 fee, but you pay ONLY if your piece(s) are accepted,
?to submit additional pieces is $5. Art JuXtapose retains 25% commission, artist receives 75%. For more information visit www.artjuxtapose.com or email [email protected].
Deadline: October 26th
Art In Art Places
“We will not go back to normal. Normal never was…”
Sonya Renee Taylor
The Viral and Racial Pandemic confirms that the structures established for collective order in the United States of America failed. Colleges are run like companies and the criminal justice system like corporations. Corporations are bailed out with trillions of tax-payer’s dollars while citizens are made homeless by eviction. At our nation’s border desperate families are separated, and children caged. Hospitals struggle with depleted resources during a global pandemic, and police continue to brutalize black citizens. All this while the U.S. elected President orders the use of clubs and tear gas on peaceful protesters to enable a quick photo shoot with a bible.
Many in the United States of America clearly do not have the inalienable rights promised to them by the Constitution. The ‘Great American Dream’– championed as the right of every citizen– is a sham. Hard work does not guarantee success for all. Racism, classism, xenophobia, islamophobia, and homophobia are deeply rooted in our democracy. The American Normal is a culture steeped in severe inequities and greed.
Art in Odd Places (AiOP): NORMAL, curated by Furusho von Puttkammer, invites proposals for its sixteenth annual public art and performance festival taking place from Avenue C to the Hudson River along 14th st in Manhattan, NY. AiOP welcomes innovative multi and interdisciplinary hybrid projects including installation, sculpture, and performance which can be presented in the public realm. We encourage projects that explore & expose the American Mythos, and that actively engage the public.
ELITIST. POWER. CORRUPTION. HYPOCRISY. DELUSION. NORMAL.
Art in Odd Places aims to stretch the boundaries of communication in the public realm by presenting artworks in all disciplines outside the confines of traditional public space regulations. AiOP reminds us that public spaces function as the epicenter for diverse social interactions and the unfettered exchange of ideas.
For More Details: artinoddplaces.org
Wassaic Project 2021 Summer Exhibition and Publication Open Call
Wassaic Project 2021 Summer Exhibition and Publication Open Call
The Wassaic Project is currently holding our annual Open Call for our 2021 Summer Exhibition and publication for artists of all mediums — including 2D, sculpture, video, new media, site-specific installation, performance, text, poems, essays, publication-specific work. If selected, your work will be showcased alongside a diverse range of pieces and performances in and around historic Maxon Mills, as well as in a printed publication. Ideally, the Wassaic Project’s 2021 Summer Exhibition will be free and open to the public every weekend from May 22 through September 18, 2021. If it is not safe to host a physical exhibition due to COVID-19, the work in the show will still appear online and in print.
Artists interested in creating a site-specific installation for the 2021 Summer Exhibition are also eligible for an Exhibitions Fellowship to help realize their work. Up to five fellows will be offered a no-fee residency between either April 12–26, 2021 or May 3–31, 2021, and will be considered full participants in our residency program. Artists interested in making site-specific work for the exhibition should still apply regardless of whether or not they are interested in or able to be in residence in April or May.
The Wassaic Project cultivates and supports community for emerging and professional contemporary artists, writers and other creatives. Housed in historic, landmark buildings, the residency program offers 10 artists each month the opportunity to live and work in the heart of a rural community. The Wassaic Project seeks artists working in a diverse range of media who want to produce, explore, challenge, and expand on their current art-making practices, while participating in a community-based arts organization.
For more information: https://www.wassaicproject.org/artists/summer-exhibition-faq 2020
Deadline: November 16, 2020
Application Fee: $20.00
Link to Apply: https://www.wassaicproject.slideroom.com/#/permalink/program/57671
Check out our Summer 2020 Exhibition: https://www.wassaicproject.org/2020-summer-exhibition
B.J. Spoke Gallery's 40th Annual EXPO Competition
EXPO 40: B.J. Spoke Gallery
40th annual exhibition will be on line this year.
Judge: b.j. spoke gallery’s 40th annual EXPO competition will be judged by Francesca Altamura,
who has served as curatorial assistant at the New Museum in New York. She has curated
and co-curated exhibitions of emerging artists, and has a broad background in art history.
Award: Winners will participate in an online exhibition in March of 2021. We will promote the
show and display the winners’ work on the gallery website and social media. We attempt
to show several works of each chosen artist. There will be three small cash awards
The official “show dates” will be March 1 to March 31, 2021. In lieu of a physical reception
we will have a zoom party on March 6th for artists, their guests and the public.
Media: All fine arts media are acceptable: watercolor, drawing, pastel, painting, sculpture, mixed
media, installation art, photography, video, digital art, etchings, monotype, monoprint, silk
screen, lithography, collagraph, fiber art, etc. No crafts, please.
Eligibility: Artists living in the United States and abroad.
Fee: $35 for 6 images and/or 2 videos.
b.j. spoke gallery, Huntington, NY 11743 phone 631 549-5106
For more information: www.bjspokegallery.org
Deadline: November 15, 2020.
The Foundry Art Centre in Saint Charles Call for Entry: Self Reflections
The Foundry Art Centre in Saint Charles, Missouri is seeking submissions for “Self Reflections” an exhibition asking all artists how artists reflect on themselves and create self portraits? Whether it’s through abstract expression, photography, sculpture, or traditional portraiture, we want to see how artists recognize themselves in their work and portray themselves to others. Open to all mediums, this exhibition will feature works that explore the world of portraiture in both classic and nontraditional forms. All two and three dimensional work will be considered for this physical and virtual exhibition.
Natalie Baldeon is a Visual Artist and Educator living in Saint Louis, MO. She received her Bachelors of Fine Arts from The University of Central Florida in 2008, and her Masters of Fine Arts from Washington University in 2012. She has exhibited her work locally and regionally at venues such as the St Louis Artist Guild, Arcade Contemporary Projects, and the Millitzer Gallery. In 2017 she was the Visiting Instructor for ‘Drafts in Gesture’ at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation, and the Visiting Artist for the LEAP Program at the Contemporary Arts Museum. She currently works as an Adjunct Professor at Webster University.
To Learn More Information: http://www.foundryartcentre.org/callforentry-selfreflections
To Directly Submit To This Call: https://www.form.jotform.com/202375951614153
Deadline to enter: November 26, 2020
Exhibition: January 15 – February 26, 2021
Questions about eligibility can be sent to [email protected]
Pelham Art Center: 11th biennial Alexander Rutsch Award and Exhibition for Painting
Pelham Art Center is pleased to announce a call for entries for the 11th biennial Alexander Rutsch Award and Exhibition for Painting. This juried competition is open to U.S.-based artists aged 19 and older. The winner is awarded a $7,500 cash prize, a solo exhibition and printed catalog at Pelham Art Center. Pelham Art Center is proud to sponsor this competition and award honoring the memory and artistic achievement of artist Alexander Rutsch (1916 – 1997). Rutsch actively supported Pelham Art Center for more than 25 years. After his death, friends, family and supporters established a generous fund to support a biennial, open, juried competition in painting. The 10th Rutsch Award recipient was Colorado-based artist Sarah McKenzie. To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Pelham Art Center, the 2021 Rutsch Award prize was increased to a total of $10,000 in artist stipends, with the winning artist receiving the $7,500 prize. The landmark stipend sum is also a response to the financial hardship affecting many artists at an exceptionally challenging time.
The Alexander Rutsch Award and Exhibition program continues Rutsch’s belief that art transcends all of our humanity. Rutsch saw art as “the stone in the water sending ripples throughout the universe.” His extraordinary work, rich in the celebration of life and our shared human experiences, is included in many public and private collections throughout the U.S. and Europe.
The judging panel for the 11th Biennial Rutsch Award is comprised of members of the Rutsch family, Pelham Art Center affiliates, and four guest jurors: Krista Scenna, Owner of Ground Floor Gallery; Shazzi Thomas, Director of The Painting Center; Larry Ossei-Mensah, Curator and Co-Founder of Artnoir; and Steve Locke, Professor of Painting at Pratt University.
For more information: https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=8078
Deadline: Dec. 15th
Art Gallery 71 Call for Artists
Art Gallery 71, a cooperative fine arts gallery in the heart of Rhinebeck Village, is seeking artists to fill the 3 remaining membership vacancies. Qualified artists will be chosen on a first come-first served basis. For more information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the gallery at 71 East Market Street, Rhinebeck NY, 845-516-4878. Open Friday through Sunday.
Queen City 15 Gallery Call for Artists
Queen City 15 Gallery, a cooperative fine arts gallery in downtown Poughlkeespie, is seeking artists to fill the available open membership vacancies. Qualified artists will be chosen on a first come-first served basis.
For more information please email: [email protected] or visit the gallery website queencity15.com
Hudson Valley Seed Company Call for Artists
Apply To Be A Pack Artist
2021 Application Process Is Open.
Thank you for your interest in contributing your creativity and skill to the Hudson Valley Seed Company! Our 2021 Call for Art is now open!
Applications are submitted by completing the form below, before completing the form, please review our GUIDELINES for information on who can apply (US-based artists only), what mediums we accept (nearly all!), and what you’ll receive if we commission your artwork! Please use the form below to send us your information and two images of existing work (after you hit “Next”).
If you already submitted artwork for our 2021 Call for Art, thank you! We will review all submissions and get back to all applicants by the end of May. If you are selected to be a semi-finalist, you will be given variety options and guidelines for submitting a sketch proposal.
CALL for ARTISTS — Latinx show
The Howland Cultural Center in Beacon plans its annual art show in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month in September.
Visual arts entries from Hudson Valley-based Latin American and Hispanic artists are welcomed.
Contact Tom Conroy, chair of the gallery committee at Howland, at [email protected] ASAP
INTERNSHIP / FELLOWSHIP / GRANTS/ RESIDENCIES
Grant: 2021 Decentralization Grant for Dutchess, Orange & Ulster Counties
Arts Mid-Hudson administers three categories of the Decentralization Grant Program: Community Arts Grants, Individual Artist Commission, and Arts Learning Grants. Applicants may submit up to three grant proposals for funding. The cumulative amount requested by a single applicant may not exceed $5,000.
Deadline: October 28, 2020
Grant: Barbara Hammer Lesbian Experimental Filmmaking
Barbara Hammer Lesbian Experimental Filmmaking Grant
This annual $7,000 grant will be awarded to self-identified lesbians for visionary moving-image art. Work can be animation, documentary, narrative, or cross-genre, and it must be experimental.
For more Information: https://www.queer-art.org/hammer-grant
Application Fee: $6 USD
Deadline: October 31, 2020
Pall Mall Art Advisors ~ Art Fellowship (Grad Student or recent Grad)
Pall Mall Art Advisors (PMAA) is an international, independent art appraisal and advisory firm that offers hands-on fellowships for college students and recent graduates on a rolling-basis. Our fellowship provides the opportunity to gain first-hand experience in all the core elements of the art advisory division of the firm. The fellow will work directly with the President of the Firm, the Director of Art Advisory as well as the extended art advisory team. Knowledge of art history is essential and an academic specialization or practical experience in Post War & Contemporary a plus.
We are looking for college students and recent college graduates for our New York, NY area staff on a FT basis. The position will provide support of art advisory management while working hand in hand with our team of experienced art advisors, providing direct support to our Director of Art Advisory in New York City. This is a long term fellowship (12 months), with an eye to cultivating and creating a full time entry level employment opportunity at PMAA at the end of this 12 month fellowship, for the right candidate.
We are looking for a fellow who:
• Has a keen interest in and knowledge of fine art. A specialization in Post War & Contemporary is a plus.
• Has an outstanding work ethic and know how to prioritize and manage their time efficiently and effectively
• Would be described by their peers as “detail-oriented,” “professional,” and “accountable”
• Is comfortable working in a fast-paced environment and thrive managing multiple projects on tight deadlines
• Is a team player and has the ability to take initiative and think creatively while working autonomously
• Is excited to be a collaborative member of the team and learn the in’s and out’s of the Art Advisory industry
• Has a keen interest and corresponding work experience and/or studies in art history.
• Is motivated and interested in both the gallery and auction markets and is keen to work in these markets.
• Computer skills – Apple Mac OS, MS Office, Photoshop, Internet savvy
Fellowship Training Opportunities and responsibilities may include:
• Research and catalogue fine art
• Assist team with collection management, sales and acquisition
• Formatting and editing documents
• Photoshop and photograph art
• Create client presentations via PowerPoint or Word
• Assist with social media and digital marketing
• Contact galleries, auction houses or conservators when necessary
• Assist in managing and placing consignments in exhibitions and museums globally
• Keep the team up to date with relevant art fairs, gallery shows, museum exhibitions and auctions
• Provide administrative support to the advisory team when needed
This Fellowship is paid.
This Fellowship offers a modest weekly stipend. Please email your resume and cover letter to [email protected] with the subject “Arts Advisory Fellow”. Pall Mall Art Advisors is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please no calls. www.pallmallartadvisors.com
Working the Wound Screenwriting Workshops - Creating Complex Womxn, BIPOC, & LGBTQ Protagonists
Working the Wound Screenwriting Workshops – Creating Complex Womxn, BIPOC, & LGBTQ Protagonists
Working the Wound Screenwriting Workshops by Jenny Kleiman
Zoom, NY – United States
Originate complex protagonists whose personal arcs speak to the compelling and intersectional experiences of womxn, people of color, and/or the LGBTQ community. For writers of all identities.
Using this unique approach to the craft of screenwriting, Jenny Kleiman uses characters’ misbehaviors and trauma (yes, in comedy too!) to develop complex story arcs. Specializing in plot problem-solving, these workshops will help you identify and hone your voice. Further, in an effort to combat and destroy familiar tropes previously reserved for women and minorities in cinema, these workshops are specific to developing and honing the inner narratives, experiences, and tribulations of minority leads.
Modeled after a professional writer’s room, students will read each other’s work weekly to discuss, critique, identify, and learn story structure. Open to all levels, sessions are designed to bring together beginners, intermediate, and professional writers looking to develop and finish their screenplay or TV pilot. The next session begins October 19th.
Please visit www.jennykleiman.com for more information or email [email protected] to book your workshop!
New York Foundation for the Arts
20 Jay Street, Suite 740
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Velvetpark Residency ~ LGBTQI writers
Velvetpark Residency is a project based work-studio, awarded by a selection committee through an application process. It is open to LGBTQI writers, at any stage in their career, to complete a proposed project.
Writers Application Now Open—deadline November 15th, 2020, 11:59pm. Awardee/s for the Winter/Spring term will be notified on Dec 15, 2020. Residency will commence January 5th, 2021. Winter/Spring term ends June 30th, 2021.
This is a project based—work studio, located in the Crown / Prospect Heights neighborhoods of Brooklyn. The studio is housed with Crown Studios, a floor of 11 loft spaces of working arts professionals. Applicants can choose a 3 or 6 month residency as per their project proposal.
The requirement of the residency is that the awardee produce a completed work. Both the writer and their project will be featured on Velvetpark’s website at the end of their term.
The studio will be awarded bi-yearly, and will alternate between writers Winter/Spring 2021, and visual artists Summer/Fall 2021 respectively.
100 – 250 word, project proposal
– additional supporting materials accepted (pdf preferred)
Writers Work Sample
– Poets, submit up to 15 – 20 pages of poetry
– Prose, 25 – 30 pages of prose
– screenplay/play script, provide 1 – 2 completed works
– additional works accepted via url, to online portfolio or published works
– should reflect your artistic/creative accomplishments
– 1 professional reference, who can speak about your work and
– 1 personal reference, who can speak about you personally, your work ethic, values, and any other pertinent information about you.
– provide names and contact; phone/email of these individuals (letters not required).
– finalists’ references will be contacted by selection committee.
For more information: www.velvetparkmedia.com
The Hopper Prize | $1,000 Grants | All Media Eligible
The Hopper Prize | $1,000 Grants | All Media Eligible
The Hopper Prize is now accepting entries for our Fall 2020 artist grants. We are offering 5 grants in the amount of $1,000 USD. This is an international open call. All media is eligible. Grant submissions will be juried by Christine Koppes, Curator & Director of Public Programs, San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, and Jade Powers, Assistant Curator, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art. Our open call provides you with a direct path to get your work in front of these forward thinking exhibition makers. In addition to grants, 30 artists will be selected for a shortlist. Additional exposure is available via our online Journal as well as our Instagram feed, currently reaching an audience over 48K.
Apply at https://www.hopperprize.org
Deadline: November 17, 2020
Grant: Tri-State Relief Fund to Support Non-Salaried Workers in the Visual Arts
Tri-State Relief Fund to Support Non-Salaried Workers in the Visual Arts
The Tri-State Relief Fund to Support Non-Salaried Workers in the Visual Arts will distribute one-time unrestricted grants of $2,000 to freelance, contract, or non-salaried archivists, art handlers, artist/fine art photographer’s assistants, cataloguers, database specialists, digital assets specialists, image scanners/digitizers, and registrars. The program, established by The Willem de Kooning Foundation, the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation, Teiger Foundation, and the Cy Twombly Foundation and administered by NYFA, will provide $1,250,000 in total aid to Tri-State non-salaried workers in the visual arts who have experienced financial hardship from lack of income or opportunity as a direct result of the COVID-19 crisis.
Chinese Contemporary Art Internship
Fall 2020 Internship | Eli Klein Gallery (New York, NY)
Eli Klein Gallery is searching for a few highly motivated, organized individuals to work as interns with our team. The Gallery has an international reputation as one of the foremost galleries specializing in Chinese contemporary art. The Gallery’s programming encompasses exhibitions, museum collaborations, public art projects, artist residencies, academic publications and social engagement, aiming to promote awareness, recognition, and access to Chinese culture.
Required: 2-5 days a week, minimum of 3 months
– Assist with updating artist biographies and CVs
– Assist with contemporary Chinese art related research projects
– Assist with exhibition planning and installation
– Assist the gallery’s registrar and preparator
– Assist in the gallery’s opening and other events
– Translating press releases, exhibition catalog and other research materials
– Opportunity to contribute to the galley’s blog of contemporary Chinese art and culture
– Opportunity to work closely with the artists
– Interest in Contemporary Art
– Organized, approachable, amicable and proactive
– Reading and speaking Chinese is a plus, but not mandatory
– Good computer and communication skills
– A learn-all and do-all attitude
This position would provide the qualified intern with a well-rounded experience in a variety of areas of the gallery world.
For More Details: http://www.galleryek.com
Grant: The NYC Women's Fund for Media, Music and Theatre
The NYC Women’s Fund for Media, Music and Theatre
The NYC Women’s Fund for Media, Music and Theatre provides grants to encourage and support the creation of digital, film, music, television, and live theatre content that reflects the voices and perspectives of all who identify as women. The City of New York Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment (MOME) initiative will provide finishing funds for film, television, and digital projects; funds for the creation of music recordings or videos; and production funds for live theatre.
Tusen Takk Foundation Residency
Located on an isolated peninsula in Northwest Michigan, Tusen Takk provides artists with an inspiring architectural space to both intensely focus on their work and pause to reflect on past and future directions. The program’s three to twelve week residencies are geared for accomplished artists to explore new ideas or expand current work that affirms and enriches the human spirit, giving form to chaos and perception to beauty. A residency at Tusen Takk is a time to create; it’s also a time for artists to consider how their work engages with the history of its medium and how it intersects with existential questions of meaning and purpose.
Tusen Takk was designed to host one resident, or two in collaboration. The single most important qualification for an artist is that they have created a body of work that exemplifies excellence, having significantly contributed to their artistic field or poised to do so. Tusen Takk welcomes applications from both emerging and established visual artists in photography, printmaking, sculpture, painting, fiber arts, as well as writers and composers. Artists must be self-motivated so they can be productive in the isolation afforded by a residency. They must also be open to sharing insights with audiences about their work and processes.
Artists-in-residence are provided housing with 24/7 access to the Foundation’s Studios. Highlights of the Studios include: a fully equipped digital photography studio and analogue darkroom for making the finest photographic prints, an etching studio for printmaking (including photogravure), a wonderful 63” Glimakra Swedish floor loom, and a painting studio able to accommodate making large works, all in a modernist architectural space brilliantly designed by Peter Bohlin, bcj.com! In addition, residents can use the founder’s library and collection as a resource and are provided financial support in the form of an honorarium at $625/week. While in residence, artists are highly encouraged to give a workshop, studio visit, talk, or a public presentation or performance in collaboration with one of the Foundation’s partner organizations.
For More Details: http://tusentakk.org
With any questions about the program or application process, please see our FAQs page and contact us at [email protected]
Application Period: June 15-September 15, 2020 (extended deadline)
Residency Period: March-December 2021
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Workshops at Arts Mid-Hudson
Workshops and Classes at Ballet Arts Studio
Ballet Arts Studio provides a variety of classes/workshops/intensives for all skill levels.
Ballet Arts Studio, 107 Teller Ave, Beacon, NY 12508
Workshops at Cornell Creative Arts Center
Workshops at Fall Kill Creative Works
Workshops at the Fay Wood Studio
Workshops at Kaatsbaan
Kaatsbaan is thrilled to offer workshops, masterclasses, and studio visits. Open to the public.
Lessons with Leslie Bender
Workshops at R&F Paints
Workshops at Woodstock School of Art
Queens Council on the Arts - High School to Art School
68 Mountain Rest Rd.
Fused Glass Workshop with Jeep Johnson
Fused Glass Workshop
Feb 1st 2nd and 4th
Learn the basics of glass cutting, fusing (combining colors and shapes) and slumping, which gives the glass a shape. You will have the opportunity to make 2 dishes as well as a couple of necklaces. It’is great fun and very easy and rewarding for beginners, so please don’t worry about your skill level.
We will work Saturday February 1st from 10:00am – 4:00pm. Our goal is to get the glass in the kiln by around 3:00. The glass “cooks” in the kiln for 24 hours, so we come back on Sunday at 4:00 to clean up the pieces and send them back into the kiln to be shaped, which takes another 24 hours.
We will have work pickup on Tuesday February 4th @ 6:00pm. The pickup will involve discussion, questions and review of your pieces.
The cost of the class is $175.00 and is limited to 6 people. Reservations are established in the order I receive them. Please call, text or email to make reservations, payments need to follow shortly after, via check, Venmo or Paypal. In the event you are unable to make the class I will issue a credit for another class. There are no refunds,
I will also be giving classes in the spring and summer and if you have some friends that want to do it together let me know the dates and we can build the classes around your group.
Fused Glass Workshop:$175.00
Saturday Feb 1, 10:00am – 4:00pm – In the kiln
Sunday Feb 2, 4:00pm – 5:30pm – Back in the kiln
Tuesday Feb 4, 6:00pm – 7:00pm – Pickup work and discussion
6 N. Hamilton Street
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
ARTIST LIVE/WORK SPACE
ArtCondo (www.ArtCondo.com) is a NYC real estate initiative founded by artists, that helps creative individuals purchase raw commercial workspaces and live/work lofts in a new way. Fine artists, writers, dancers, musicians, designers, architects, research scientists, teachers, artisans, non-profits and more are all invited to participate. ArtCondo gathers creative people together to form buying groups to leverage their collective buying power and cultural capital to purchase space collectively. Each building becomes a haven protecting artists and producers from future displacement, and connecting them to surrounding communities. Learn more and Sign up at www.ArtCondo.com Contact: [email protected]
Art Storage Space
3000-6000SF of art storage space for lease in Pine Plains, NY.
The space was previously used as a storage location for Mark Matthews Gallery for five years.
The link to the online brochure is http://svndccr.com/find-pro
Artist/Maker Space - Poughkeepsie
Artist/Maker Space Available
295 Main Street, Poughkeepsie
Located in the historic district and heart of Downtown Poughkeepsie the Cast Iron Building was built in 1872. The historic building’s central location is perfect for any new or existing business. The high ceilings and natural light make it the perfect artist studio space for all artisans. Area restaurants include King’s Court Brewing Company, Brasserie 292, and Mill House Brewing Company. Located in Dutchess County’s Central Business District, there are community happenings such as The Chance Theater, Mid-Hudson Civic Center, Middle Main, and Walkway Over the Hudson, to name a few. Neighboring offices, for example, The Poughkeepsie Journal, NY State Offices, Poughkeepsie City Court, and Dutchess County Court House are in close proximity as well. 3 Minutes away is the Metro-North Train Station, Hudson Line to Grand Central Terminal is 1 hour and 50 minutes Poughkeepsie Amtrak to Penn Station is 1 hour and 25 minutes.
Please let us know your intended use and requirements as we have a number of other properties available that may be suitable.
Kindly feel free to call our office (845)485-3100 for further details or email Tom Cervone, Principal Broker, directly at [email protected]
As a reference, please click here to view a list of our corporate qualifications.
Beacon Music Factory -Rehearsal Space
Hourly and Monthly
special daytime rates
Fully equipped with PAs, drum kits, bass rigs, and plenty more.
Nice folks who mostly like to rock
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How about you get in here now and make some noise: 845-765-0472
Beacon Music Factory - Workspace
It’s often downright tranquil between 9am and 3pm.
If you need a bit of inspiration, a room where you can close the door and take a call, (a room that’s not in your house), wifi to navigate, a printer to print, hallways to pace, coffee to drink, they’d be happy to have you.
If you’d like to come do your work peacefully and affordably, email Beacon Music Factory at [email protected]
Kingston Dance Space
The large dance studio is about 1,000 Sq Ft plus 2 other rooms and an office. Or it could be opened up to 2 large spaces.
Total available is 2,850 Sq Ft but can be divided. There may be other spaces additionally in the building soon also.
Tenant Space in Poughkeepsie
First Lutheran therefore is seeking new mission partners representing non-profit agencies or programs in keeping with our vision for meeting the needs of our neighborhood and wider community. We are grateful that the office of the Executive Director of Habitat will remain anchored in North Poughkeepsie so ideally we seek partners who will be compatible with the goals of Habitat and First Lutheran’s commitment to serve our Poughkeepsie neighbors.
Available space includes:
On the ground floor – a shared conference room, fully equipped kitchen, and bathroom, plus 2 private offices, and both a front and back entrance. This floor is handicap accessible.
On the second floor – 3 private offices (one large enough to function as a conference room) and two full bathrooms.
Private staff parking at the rear of the building (access via alleyway off Mill Street).
We anticipate that this space will be available on or about October 1, 2019. (This date could be negotiated.) We would require tenants to have their own liability insurance. Please share this information with your networks.
Further details and visits to 45 Catharine Street may be arranged by contacting First Lutheran’s President, Beth Collins, at: [email protected] or by leaving a message at the church office: Tel. 845-452-6050.